Jul 2, 2020, 10:50 AM
Sonko is facing rape charges, after a 21-year-old Adjie Sarr working in a salon accused him.
Sonko was asked not to talk publicly about the case and that if he wants to travel anywhere in the country, he must be granted permission.
He was arrested and detained last Wednesday. According to Amnesty International, eight deaths have been registered during the three days of riot with cars, petrol stations and government properties damaged.
Rioters were looting basic food and monies to banks and supermarkets.
Dr. Ahmadou Lamin Samateh, the minister for Health has underscored the significant role of government in supporting the provision of affordable and quality health care for all Gambians.
Gambia For All (GFA) party in a press release yesterday underlined that it expects more transparency from government and continues to express the need for transparency and accountability in the use of funds for covid-19.
Effective Thursday, 15 October 2020, His Excellency President Adama Barrow is pleased to declare public places such as hotels, motels, lodges, bars, restaurants, video clubs, museums, public swimming pools and gymnasia throughout The Gambia, open, a dispatch from the Office of the Government Spokesperson states.